On October 23, 2012, we received a call from a woman who was at a HEB fuel station and her dog had hit the lock button locking her out of her car. This may sound unusual, but it happens all the time. Here is how it usually occurs, you exit the car for some reason (ex, to get car or wash your car) and you best friend is left in the car. Well, Lassie (just a well known dog name) is curious to see what your are doing outside the car. All of a sudden Lassie steps on the lock button, and you never know it happened until you try to get back in the car.
Now, Lassie is looking you dead in the eyes wagging her tail back and forth while your left stunned for a moment. Then it hits you, the dog locked the car. After about 10 minutes of trying to coach your dog back to the door to hit the unlock button you give up and call a professional. We take the call and send someone out to unlock your car, and meanwhile Lassie is curled up in the seat resting peacefully with you locked outside. Sound far fetched? It happens all the time.
Usually, when we unlock the door the owner is a little calmer and relieved to have their car unlocked. We pet the dog, scratch behind their ear, rub their belly, and give a good pat on the head. Funny how something so innocent can cause such a dilemma.
If you find yourself locked out by your now unbest friend, give us a call so we can help. We love pets, and we unlock any car with a child or pet inside completely free – no questions asked. We know it’s not so dog gone funny, so let us help you unlock your car.
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